Istanbul to host Asia-Pacific trade chambers meeting
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
The conference is set to focus on measures for stronger investment and production opportunities with the help of experts.
Sessions will tackle such issues as chambers' role in business, innovation, digitization, regional integration, sustainable development, and the global economy.
During the conference, the heads of the CACCI and TOBB are expected to give speeches, as are Turkish Trade Minister , World Trade Organization (WTO) deputy head Yi Xiaozhun, and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan .
Dozens of speakers -- commerce chambers, business council, and NGO representatives, advisors, entrepreneurs, and business-people -- will also attend.
The CACCI countries' annual exports in goods and services total some $5 trillion, he noted.
Jemal Inaishvili, head of the CACCI, invited all member countries to attend the conference in Istanbul, Turkey's business hub.
"Turkey’s economy is on the upswing, with growth gathering momentum last year, driven by strong fiscal stimulus and a strong recovery in export demand," he underlined on the conference's website.
The conference will be held at the Ciragan Palace Kempinski Hotel.